Counter - Terrorism Protection Training


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BLUELINE Security Consulting Group, LLC

BLUELINE Specialized Training Team is proud to offer the above titled course which is being hosted by the EPCC Law Enforcement Training Academy which provides security and law enforcement to the El Paso area and West Texas Region. The Academy sports a public firing range, firearms and non-lethal weapons training, and is host to local police departments, constables, and a variety of federal agencies on a regular basis.


Detective Patrick Chagnon 
BLUELINE Security Consulting Group, LLC 


Monday, June 12, 2017 at 8:30 AM CDT
Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at 4:30 PM CDT

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EPCC - Law Enforcement Academy 
545 Marriott Drive, Ste 850
10700 Gateway Blvd East
EL PASO, TX 79927

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About The Course

Acts of terrorism in the United States can be traced back to the Haymarket Square bombing in Chicago in 1886. Although this incident was tragic in nature, most viewed this act of terrorism in the past as an anomaly. Today that's a sentiment no longer shared. Since 2001, there have been over a dozen successful terrorist incidents in the United States impacting people, property, and our way of life. Soft target attacks are becoming more common and will be for the foreseeable future. We often hear the call to stay vigilant and are encouraged to participate in the national program SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING. For most in the law enforcement community, that vigilant posture is second nature, however that cannot be said for the private  sector who are far too often unsure of what to look for and don’t really know what to say and to whom. The 2015 attacks in San Bernardino and the 2013 Boston Bombing highlight this fact. Having a catchy phrase like SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING is not enough, the citizens in our community have access to information that is valuable, but they lack the awareness training that supports identifying terrorism before the  attack.

The Disrupting the Extremist program has been developed as a two day (train the Trainer) session to assist the law enforcement professional to be able to deliver a community outreach presentation, Disrupting the Extremist, (SEE WHAT ? SAY WHAT) program that will promote private & public sector  collaboration in identifying early indicators of possible terrorism planning within their community. The content of this course includes: Trends in Terrorism, Threats and the Enemy, Soft Target Protection, Intelligence Cycle, Identifying Indicators, Red/Blue Team Exercises, Case Study Reviews and more. 

     Some of the Key Learning Objectives are: 

  • Discuss Terrorism- How we got here 

  • Discuss future trends in terrorism

  • Discuss ways red teaming can help you understand terrorist trends and tactics
  • Understand the concept of terrorism indicators and how they relate to the phases of a terrorist attack plan

  • Understand the value of community programs, their successes / failures

  • Discuss the similar principles of crime & terrorism prevention and more


Who Should Attend?

This course is ideal for the law enforcement administrator, crime prevention officers, supervisors  within community policing units and those within a departments public information office.   

Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive:

  • Participant Guide Book
  • Resource Thumb Drive
  • Certificate of Training